Re: Is there a WiFi card that works with the e405?
I have a Socket SD 802.11b WiFi card. Works great, but it's old. I'm not sure you can still get the same one. The good news is that there are probably better ones on the market today. More info on the manufacturer's website:
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It can be microphone problem that is why the person you're trying to talked can't hear you,some can be done on software programming,other can be fix it by replacing the mic component. But i prefer to use your warranty card and get free charge of it,or if its no HTC service center near you,try to ask assistance to any mobile service shop preferably.DIY is not advisable for android phones,you might brake something and fixing this type of mobile is to complicated.
it sounds like someone may have played around with the ROM installed on this phoen (this is the built-in operating system and software)
You can find information about loading a new ROM on the www.xda-developoers.com forum, or if you send the phone to me I can do this for you. You can email me at james(at)magnapc(dot)co(period)uk if you would like any further help with this - I have used an Orbit for several years now.
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I don't think the scratch has anything to do with the screen alignment. You might end up replacing the screen and the alignment problem will persist.
The alignment screen coming up is probably due to other hardware problems, and it should be covered by a warranty if you got even a limited one on the demo, its not your fault for causing the scratch on the screen, it probably has nothing to do with it.
you shouldn't have waited a year with this problem.
about replacing the screen- try getting a dead toshiba pda that uses the same screen from ebay, one that still has a screen intact,
but don't go over your head with replacing it, don't go beyond a point where you don't remember anymore what goes where.
Can you try inserting the card and resetting the unit with the reset button. When the unit is back up got to start>programs>communications>remote networking then make a new connection. Choose dial up connection and select your card.